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Stitch in the ‘swich – July

Friday 29 July 2022
8.00 pm


Ticket - $25.00 ea
Group 4+ - $20.00 ea



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Presented by Ipswich Civic Centre


MC comedian Anthony Lamond, brings comedy to Ipswich in the monthly Stitch in the ‘swich series.



Lindsay Webb is always busy and loves it. He is truly an International act worthy of the title, with a unique, homespun story to tell. From humble beginnings on a sheep & cattle station, Lindsay learned the art of humour young. With a love of digital media, he’s a regular guest on Wil Andersons “TOFOP” Podcast, and can be heard on popular “The Dollop” Podcast as well his own popular podcast “What’s Your Name, What do you Do?” Available on iTunes. Lindsay is always working hard, Festivals, Cruise Ships, Corporate Events, Podcasts, Comedy Clubs……the lot! Get to a live show of his and see what the commotion is all about.



Ben Darsow delivers a playful blend of observational and improvised standup and has hosted the 2018 Sydney Comedy Festival Galas and in both 2017 & 2016 he was nominated for Best Comedy in Perth Fringe World Festival. Originally from Adelaide, Benny creates a fresh show each year for the Australian festival circuit & follows this by headlining and hosting the top comedy clubs in Australia including The Sydney Comedy Store, Perth’s Comedy Lounge and Brisbane’s Sit Down Comedy Club. With Darsow no two shows are ever the same.



Self-professed (actually, widely professed) unfunny local Kaysei Galea has been doing comedy for like, 30 seconds in the grand scheme of things, and is excited to take the Stitch in the ‘Swich stage for like, 5 minutes. After graduating from Anthony Lamond’s Ipswich Has Comic Talent workshop and being pity-gifted a Graduation Certificate, she’s somehow wound up back on a stage, stealing 5 minutes of your time (that you’ll never get back), and warming you up for the actual, real-life comic artists on the night. You may have to be defrosted, actually. Bring your microwave just in case.




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